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CSPAN
Dec 7, 2012 6:00am EST
voted for president obama, those who voted for governor romney want to see compromise. what they define as an acceptable compromise is very different of this notion they want to see their leadership working together, something that is a strong point of view that is held right now, and that creates some opportunities. as we will talk about, create some complicated waters to navigate. in which is the conflicted priorities issue. the single highest priority on the to do list is the budget deficit and the debt. people talk about his being the problem they want to see a dress. they're very concerned about how that creates an economic environment that puts them at risk. but they immediately move, in terms of taking care of the basics of issues, they didn't do things that have much more mean, much more mean to them and focus around jobs, growth, getting more disposable income into that household. so you see on the one level at the abstract level, debt, deficit, fiscal cliff. there's an immediate transition been to the to do list, which is what they would like to see effort. finally, and
CSPAN
Nov 29, 2012 2:00am EST
you look at the election results where mitt romney is below 30%, you can really see the republican's party deliberate strategy to annual nies paying off. and so when we look at as a party and we look at the demographic changes in the country in the west but also give consideration to the fact that some of the fastest growing latino states are north carolina and ohio and not necessarily the southwest border states and states in the rocky mountain west. we also have to look in this election at the fact that we have given up as republicans five u.s. senate seats in two election cycles because the nominees in those seats were manifestly unqualified to serve in the united states senate from an intellect you'll level and knowledge level and social extreme level and their candda sis were rejected not just by moderate swing voters but by republican voters as well. if you look at the functional majority of democrats in the senate. when you nominate people like murdock in indiana, mr. i'm not a witch o'donnell. ken bucken in cal colorado. it's impossible to advance a conservative agenda in the
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